Emilia Clarke, who stars as Daenerys Targaryen, has dropped a huge spoiler about her character's fate in upcoming episodes.
The Mother of Dragons was last seen sailing towards Westeros as she prepares to battle for the Iron Thrones – but will she survive?
The actress teased: "Right now, I'm sort of feeling – with her – optimistic. She'll probably need some help, though."
"I'll definitely be disappointed if she doesn't make it," she cheekily added.
Game of Thrones: Emilia said she is optimistic about Daenerys' future
Game of Thrones: She explained that the Mother of Dragons will probably need some help
I'll definitely be disappointed if she doesn't make it
Speaking about her determination to become a fair ruler, Emilia went on to tell the Belfast Telegraph: "I think that there was always that idea that she would know where she was going to, but the reality is frightening.
"I mean, I always believed that Dany had the highest of hopes for what kind of impact she could leave on this world.
"She is continuously reaching for purest level of rulership – is that a word? I just made it up."
It comes after Sophie Turner dropped a terrifying Sansa Stark spoiler, hinting that her character could become "evil".
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Comparing Sansa to Cersei Lannister in the new series, she explained: "They're both so family-obsessed and family-orientated, and will do anything for the people they love.
"I can totally see her becoming a Cersei and kind of driven mad by it, by the threats against her family. At the end of the day, that's why she does the things that she does, because she's terrified of losing the people she loves."
Game of Thrones returns to HBO at 9pm in the US on July 16 and will be simulcast at 2am on Sky Atlantic in the UK.